Multifamily news in Marketing - Salt Lake City

  • Coldwell Banker Commercial Principals Acquire, Re-Brand Salt Lake City Office

    The Salt Lake City office of Coldwell Banker Commercial was recently acquired by a group of private investors from NRT LLC. The buying entity, consisting of real estate agents Brandon Fugal, Tim Simonsen and Stuart Thain, has also announced that the newly formed company will also enlist Lew Cramer, the founder and chief executive officer of the World Trade Center Utah, as its CEO.

  • Hines/Oaktree Joint Venture Acquires 4 Office Buildings From Boyer

    The Salt Lake City office market was recently spurred on after a joint venture created by international real estate firm Hines and a subsidiary of a real estate fund managed by Oaktree Capital Management acquired a large chunk of The Gateway district’s office space. The four buildings acquired by the JV were sold by The Boyer Company for an undisclosed amount.

  • Downsized Office-Over-Retail Concept Gains Popularity; SLC Plans State-of-the-Art Theater

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The latest city council meeting in Holladay saw the local residents supporting a new proposal in the Village Center development, The Salt Lake Tribune reports. Although six years have passed since the council chose Cowboy Partners as developer of a picturesque village center, the alternate plan of Holladay Village Center 1 [...]

  • Fairbourne Station Redevelopment Sees Groundbreaking on First Full-Service Hotel

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The groundbreaking ceremony for the first full-service hotel in West Valley City took place on Thursday. Located at the corner of 3500 South and Market streets, the new Embassy Suites hotel is part of the Fairbourne [...]

  • Station Park Development Ready to Boost Farmington Economy

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor The Station Park development in Farmington is back on track and growing after it came to a standstill in 2007 due to the economic recession. According to Deseret News, almost all the retail space is already [...]

  • Eaglewood Village, Gallivan Plaza Return to Life; University of Utah Grows Solar Ivy

    By Gabriel Circiog, Associate Editor Marked by delays since its groundbreaking in 2007, Eaglewood Village may at last be moving forward. According to The Davis County Clipper, the construction team has finalized the access road and officials from Compass Development have communicated [...]